Rather than listing individually all of the community bicycle organisations that we are aware of around the globe, we recommend you heading over to this site for an exremely comprehensive list. Go there Now!
Green Oil offer eco-friendly chain lube formula as well as other green products for your bike. Lovely stuff to use. Go on, join the Green Oil revolution!
Boneshaker Magazine a celebration of cycling and the people who do it – created by some of the core volunteers at the Bristol Bike Project! A fantastic collection of articles, stories and anecdotes about people and projects doing great things with bicycles around the globe.
Spoke n’ Chain Friends of ours in bristol doing great stuff with our two-wheeled friends.
Veleco The world’s first Fair Trade and eco-friendly cyclewear company.
Ape Project Specialise in creative workshops for children and young people which promote cycling, healthy lifestyles and environmental awareness.
Jake’s Bikes our favourite independent bike mechanic. Jake’s Bikes also provides recycled bikes, affordable maintenance and repairs and good old-fashioned service and pragmatic advice.
Katcha Bilek is the designer who hates waste and loves good design. Her collection of stylish and versatile bags and belts is part-made from our unusable inner tubes, tyres – and our warped wheels become transformed into her surprisingly sophisticated furniture!
Kebele Communtiy Co-Operative Kebele is based in Easton, Bristol, and for nearly fifteen years has provided space for the development of radical ideas and activities, community campaigns, and international solidarity. They have an open volunteer-run Bike Workshop every Wednesday afternoon.
Magnificent Revolution a not-for-profit education project based in London. Made up of artists, musicians, designers, ecologists, and engineers, MR has flourished into a cross-disciplinary organisation working in education, ecology, engineering, design, art, music and film.
Maya Pedal pedal-powered machines in Guatemala
Demand Energy Equality is a Bristol-based energy justice project that seeks to empower and power low income households. This is achieved by teaching people how to build their own solar panels. Well worth a look!
Bristol Wood Recycling Project A timber merchant. An ecological waste wood management company.
A community enterprise. A wood workshop. A self financing social enterprise. A wood reclamation yard. A home-grown business that has sprung out of derelict land. A unique specimen in an increasingly homogenised world.
Fareshare A national UK charity supporting communities to relieve food poverty. Thanks to them for supporting us by supplying tea, coffee and snacks every month.
The Nowtopian The fantastic blog by Chris Carlsson, the guy responsible for starting Critical Mass.
Technique for Life Bethan Evans is a fantastic teacher of the Alexander Technique and supporter of the bristol bike project.
Gina Lundy A fantastic Bristol-based photographer, who has kindly allowed us to use some of her images of the Women’s Night for our website.
Co-Exist Our current home! Hamilton House, at the heart of Stokes Croft in Bristol, is home to Coexist, where art, music, enterprise and innovation cluster as a community rising to the challenges of today and tomorrow.
Refugee Awareness Project Swan eaters! Gun lovers! Housing queue jumpers! Granny thumpers! You name it – asylum seekers and refugees have been called it, which is why Refugee Action set up the nationwide Refugee Awareness Project.